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Grand Central Belge

  • History
  • Politics

BELGIUM - While Belgium is dying, Pascal Verbeken walks back to the era of Great Expectations. He makes a hike along the Grand Central Belge, the nineteenth-century private railway line that linked Wallonia with Flanders. An artery of triumphant Belgium, about 200 kilometres long.

Battle4Life

  • International
  • Ecology

Today’s society relentlessly pushes us to live life in the fast lane. Reacting to this, photographer Guido Sterkendries has developed an alternative vision. Accustomed to working in extreme habitats, he has spent most of his life exploring and discovering the unknown and the people who live there. By focusing on threatened tribes and endangered life forms, he opens a window on a world that many thought had vanished.

The future of the Egyptian revolution

  • Conflict
  • Art
  • Religion
  • International
  • Politics

EGYPT - The uprisings in the Arab world have been one of the headlines of the news for months. Especially the developments in Egypt - the most populous and important Arab country - are closely followed. Especially now, when the first free and open elections are in full swing. The question everyone is asking is: will Egypt finally, after decades of dictatorship, get a democratic and civil government?

Pakistan

  • Conflict
  • International
  • Politics

Pakistan – Het gevaarlijkste land ter wereld (Pakistan – The most dangerous country in the world) is the first book by a Dutch journalist about the current situation in Pakistan. It is a brutally honest story about politics, terrorism, and crime based on the author’s own research in the area.

Challenges and trends in development aid

  • Politics
  • Education
  • Human Rights
  • International
BUSAN - From 29 November to 1 December, development aid is a high-ranked topic on the international agenda. More than 2,000 representatives of governments, multilateral organisations and NGOs will work in Busan, South Korea, on making development aid more efficient. In a complex, fast-changing world with emerging powers, financial crises and massive austerity measures, the ambition in Busan is to create a new global partnership for development. Will that actually succeed?

Film culture in Mozambique (1896-2010)

  • Art
  • International
  • Media

MOZAMBIQUE - Much to his surprise, the film journalist and historian Guido Convents was told by Portuguese journalists in 2006 that there was and is no film culture or film production of any significance in Mozambique. Also in the Belgian film world, no one seemed to have an idea of what should be understood by film in Mozambique.

Turbulent times

  • Mobility

BRUSSELS - From the smouldering ashes of Sabena to the first flight of Brussels Airlines, via the parcels of DHL and Chinese tourists in Brussels: this book tells the story of a world in change in the sky. On the basis of documents, figures, analyses and privileged witnesses, it also sketches a portrait of what Belgium will look like from the air.

Among immigrants

  • Art
  • International
  • Politics

US/CANADA -There are few issues that have been as socially sensitive as immigration in recent years. At the same time, the policy on migration goes in all directions. While European countries mainly want to make access more difficult for newcomers and expel more people, the European Commission is actively attracting immigrants with the new Blue Card system, a work permit for non-Europeans valid throughout the Union.

The colours of America

  • Art
  • International

USA - The colours of America provides an overview of American diversity in all of its forms. The multicultural society is not all sunshine and roses, but a work in progress, with beautiful and ugly sides, successes and failures.

University for sale?

  • Innovation
  • Education

BELGIUM - Scientists conduct research on behalf of government and industry. Companies finance chairs and universities derive income from patents on research results. The three-part series 'University for Sale?' examines the relationship between science, government and industry.